This position will be based in Nairobi and will support the day-to-day implementation of Momentum Global and Country Leadership (MCGL) project activities to be done in Homabay and Vihiga counties. Position will report to the MCGL-MAK project lead.

The MNCAH/FP Technical Officer will contribute to project planning, implementation, monitoring and evaluation to ensure that it delivers on its key objectives. Working in collaboration with the M&E Officer and other project team members, S/he will provide technical support to the County Health Management Team (CHMT) and Sub- County Health Management Team (SCHMT) to scale up access and utilisation of quality maternal, new-born, child and adolescent health and family planning services.


  • Provide technical assistance and support to the MCGL project in the planning and implementation of the MNH/FP/RH interventions at County level.
  • Support MAK organizational capacity development planning, implementation, and reporting.
  • Directly manage/visit the program implementation sites to provide technical assistance to the supported sites including follow up and mentorship programs.
  • Support quality improvement and quality assurance for MNH/FP/RH services and data in targeted health facilities.
  • Organize and coordinate key stakeholder events not limited to program meetings, field visits, and other activities at county level and for MAK steering committee.
  •  Liaise with Technical Team within the Project, including facilitating information exchange between field and Nairobi-based technical staff including the Project Lead.
  • Be the link between the project and the County health management team
  • Attend and participate in county MNH/FP/RH stakeholder meetings including TWGs.
  • Contribute to development of required technical and administrative reports on time.
  • Initiate and guide county teams in documenting best practices and success stories.


  • A Bachelor’s degree in Nursing (BSN), A Bachelor’s degree in Midwifery (BScM) or KRCHN with experience of not less than five years in projects
  • Minimum of three (3) years’ experience in implementation of MNCAH/FP programs.
  • Be a registered member of MAK for more than six months.
  • Demonstrated competency in MNCAH/FP service provision.
  • Proficiency in Coaching and Mentorship.
  • Qualification as a ToT in any of the following is desired; EmONC,IMNCI, ENC, QA/QI and FP.
  • Demonstrated experience in MNCAH/FP support supervision.
  • Demonstrated experience in working with GOK and private health care providers.
  • Excellent understanding of the health system in Kenya and what happens at FP service delivery points.
  • Understanding of the policy formulation process and regulatory procedures at national and county level
  • Experience working with USAID-funded MNCAH/FP projects.
  • Ability to coach, mentor and develop technical capacity for county clinical staff.
  • Excellent analytical, oral presentation, report writing, and interpersonal skills.

Computer literacy, particularly proficiency in the use of MS Word, PowerPoint, Excel and Access

Interested applicants should send their application and CVs with three referees to the following email: by 4th November 2022.

Only those shortlisted for interviews will be contacted

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